All the sessions are now available to watch on-demand until 30 September 2021.

The Music Teacher Summit offers professional development, ideas and inspiration for all music teachers, delivered by a wide range of experts.

Following the extraordinary circumstances of the global pandemic, our speakers offer up-to-date expert advice to give you peace of mind and clarity on best practice as we navigate the roadmap back to normality.

This essential online event, taking place from 4.30pm-7.00pm on 15th, 16th and 17th June, is organised as three themed days of keynotes and practical sessions, each allowing time for questions. 

Day 1 on Careers covers how to build your teaching portfolio, how to manage safeguarding, and looks at the range of qualifications you can gain to boost your career opportunities.

Day 2 on Assessment covers how to best record your students, choose repertoire for GCSE and A-level exams, and make instrumental/vocal assessments a positive element of music education.

Day 3 on Teaching Skills covers how to keep your students healthy, increase the visibility and importance of music in your school, and promote and (potentially) monetise your students’ work.


WHO SHOULD TAKE PART:

This event is designed for those working within the primary or secondary education sectors and is relevant to:

  • Early Years and Primary Teachers
  • Secondary Music Teachers
  • Peripatetic Music Teachers of all genres 
  • Teachers of STEM subjects
  • All classroom teachers
  • Pupil Premium coordinators
  • SEN and inclusion professionals
  • Education advisors
  • Governors
       

How to register?

You can still register for the online conference using the button below.

The fee to attend this online event is just £99.00 + VAT (£118.80) per person* for access to:

  • On-demand access to all sessions for up to 3 months after the live conference date
  • Access to handouts and materials shared during the live sessions

*Click here to view the booking terms and conditions